614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Distinct, sleek, beautiful, and powerful - we know why you stopped to look at this 1965 Ford Mustang GT. And the only way this true K-code pony car is going to disappoint you is if you're not quick enough to snap it up.
First year Mustangs always have our attention, but if you want to get people talking even within the Mustang community, this is the car for that. It's a real-deal high-performance K-code fastback that has all the right elements in place for us to confidently call this a true GT. And because you want true distinction from the moment you arrive, you'll even love the paint. Caspian Blue was only offered by Ford for a few years, and it was only available on the Mustang for one: it's inaugural year. So it's an attractive way stand out against the more common red or black fastback Mustangs. And the more modern respray of this factory-correct color gives you a noteworthy shine in the sunlight (there's even a car cover so you can properly tuck it in at night.) That makes for an already alluring fastback before you add all the GT package elements. After all, the white triple stripe on the rocker panels that sit between the 14-inch factory styled steel wheels gives this bright blue coupe an aggressive streak. But we all know there are more GT-specific elements you need to get right, and this one has the fog lights in the grille, correct fender badges, and dual trumpet exhaust pipes coming through the rear valence. And those double-redline tires give this all-American a full red, white, and blue look.
Inside this one has all the right classic premium touches. It starts with a two-tone blue and white interior that looks both distinctive and coordinated against the darker blue exterior. Plus, everyone loves to see the premium "Pony" package on the seatbacks. And because there has been a solid investment in getting everything to look and feel fresh, you'll happily show this off everywhere. It gets the vintage vibe right with the wood-like trim on the dash and desirable center console. Even the details are nice, like the fold-down rear seat, correct trunk mat, and a factory AM radio that's still on display. A GT is great for driving, and so your right hand will love resting on the shifter and the left one gets a grippy wood-rimmed three-spoke steering wheel. Beyond that you get the correct GT-style round gauge package, and there's also the desirable Rally-Pac with handy tach.
Under the hood is proper Ford 289 cubic-inch V8 power with a four-barrel carb on top. There are nice classic details, like the washer fluid bag and decals. And there are also a few worthwhile performance upgrades, like the aluminum intake and Shelby-style Monte Carlo bar. It fires up readily, runs smoothly, and exhales with a commanding presence through a dual exhaust with performance H-pipe construction. So this the kind of coupe that just begs to be driven. And when you do take it out for some fun, this is a driver-focused coupe that's in-tune with the road and has the right features, like front disc brakes and the control of a four-on-the-floor.
This is a rare pony car treat that loves to show off its uniqueness. Don't let something this desirable slip away. Call today!!!
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